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Nov 27 2013

ObamaCare Will Uninsure More People, Not Insure More People

Major Update At End It’s becoming a sad, laughable fact. DC Political Spin (aka, lying to the naive masses) has hit an all time new level dishonesty under the Democrats and President Obama. If you like your insurance, you can keep it If you like your doctor(s), you can keep them Obamacare makes insurance affordable […]

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Nov 05 2013

ObamaCare Implosion: Pay Much More, Get Much Less

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Alternate Title: There Always Was Going To Be Death Panels Watching liberal, activist government crash and burn on Obamacare is both laughable and sad. Laughable because of all the snake oil people fell for because they want hand outs. Sad, because the lesson to be learned here will be painful, and may even be deadly. […]

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Oct 30 2013

Healthcare.gov: 10 Lbs Of “Stuff” In A 3 Year Schedule

I have been doing more research on the programmatic and technical management of the Healthcare.gov program, and have identified the main reasons ObamaCare’s roll out was such a disaster. Bottom Line: Too much scope in too short a time. And the root cause of that was government taking on more than it knew how to […]

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Oct 25 2013

ObamaCare: A Big-Gov Botch-Job Of Epic Proportions

The Congressional hearings yesterday went as usual – lot of hot air, lot of politicians posturing and nothing new. Truth be told, the industry leaders who worked pieces of ObamaCare were 100% right and forthcoming when they testified. They do NOT deserve blame for this fiasco. This mess is ALL on the government organization responsible […]

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Oct 22 2013

Survey Says! Healthcare.gov To Launch ObamaCare Death Spiral

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Apparently the disastrous launch of Obamacare, via the Big-Gov Botch-Job that is Healthcare.gov, has left an impression on the American public. A very bad impression: Just 12% of people questioned in a CBS News poll released Tuesday say they think the process is going well, with nearly half saying it’s not going well and nearly […]

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Oct 17 2013

Healthcare.gov A Huge Gov-Run Botch-Job

Major Update At The End In my last post I assessed the technical challenges and issues with the launch of Obamacare. In that post I presented the clear signs of a government program technically in over their heads. I pointed to this chart of the core information traffic cop (the Federal Services Data Hub) as […]

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Oct 16 2013

Anatomy Of A Government FUBAR – ObamaCare Style

Buckle up Ladies and Gents – this is going to be a long post. I have been scouring the internet for clues to the ObamaCare debacle to see if I can figure out how bad it is, and how long it will take to fix. This is basically what I do in my day job. […]

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Oct 15 2013

GOP Needs To Hold The Line

¬† Major Update: Ezra Klein interviews someone directly familiar with Obamacare’s technical issues, and he confirms my predictions¬† – this is not going to get fixed soon: So I think some of the problem is the Obama administration never brought in heavyweight IT people to oversee this. Are there no Democrats in Silicon Valley? Kathleen […]

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Oct 12 2013

What Can We Learn From Shutown Theater & Obamacare’s Failed Debut?

One thing to take away from the last two weeks is how right the GOP was to warn the country of the pending doom to our Health Care System from the evolving ObamaCare¬† debacle. They were so right to try and stop what Obama is doing to individuals and families across this country. So right. […]

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Oct 07 2013

Why Was Obamacare (Now ObamaCrash) Website Outsourced To Overseas Company?

One thing is clear, the #ObamaCare roll out has turned into the #ObamaCrash. From what I am reading on the tech side of things (and computer systems for NASA and DoD are my business area) the problems seem to be a case of hiring the wrong company for the job. In this WSJ article, the […]

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